Catholic parishes have been hit hard by President Trump’s decision to suspend Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans.
Maria Varahona is facing an uncertain future after the Trump administration announced on Jan. 8 that it plans to end temporary legal immigration status for 200,000 Salvadorans who have been … Click to Continue »
Salvadoran immigrants who have long filled D.C.'s service jobs will soon lose their protected status.
Earlier this month, the White House announced it was ending so-called “temporary protected status” for some 200,000 Salvadoran migrants living in the United States. The migrants were allowed into the US following two major earthquakes in 2001. Show More Summary
About 200,000 Salvadoras have Temporary Protected Status under a program being eliminated by the Trump administration in 2019.
The president’s decision to expel 200,000 Salvadorans who received temporary protected status in 2001 is cruel and self-defeating.
Trump administration plans to strip some 200,000 Salvadorans in the US of temporary protected status is likely to be a blow to the economies of both El Salvador and the US. El Salvador will struggle to absorb thousands of returnees,Show More Summary
Authorities of El Salvador seeking to reach an agreement with Qatar to allow Salvadorans to work in the Gulf country.
Uncertainty and fear are rising in Central American countries over how many families will manage to get by when remittances from the US are cut off under plans by the Trump administration to make tens of thousands of Salvadorans and Nicaraguans leave. Show More Summary
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador is discussing a deal with Qatar under which Salvadoran migrants facing the loss of their right to stay in the United States could live and work temporarily in the Middle Eastern country, the government of the Central American nation said on Tuesday.
El Salvador is second only to Syria in its rate of violent female deaths.
To the editor: During the campaign and since then, President Trump suggested he wanted to deport only criminals and never planned to break up families. I know he has also promised to deport every undocumented immigrant regardless of non-criminal status, and now he appears to be going a step further...
Protect the 'dreamers' and Salvadorans; tighten up on border security: Our view
Here: A great deal of the justified anger of the immigration patriot community is that we are told again and again by the media and politicians that we’re not allowed to care that say, the average El Salvadoran immigrant may...
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"Making lower-income Americans worse off has become a goal in itself for the modern GOP." In the past week alone, the Trump administration has announced it will end protection for 200,000 Salvadorans currently residing in the U.S. and signaled it would allow states to enforce work requirements for Medicaid recipients. Show More Summary
All migrants have two lives — the one they are living now, and the one from before. In El Salvador, Rosa Maria was a sociologist. After fleeing to Long Island, N.Y., in 2002, she found work cleaning Manhattan apartments by day and fast-food restaurants by night. Her children have embraced the American...
Last January, President Donald Trump earned the enmity of Social by freezing immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The post Outrage Rages Over Sending Salvadorans Home appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The president cannot seem to imagine Haitians, Salvadorans, or Africans as coequal citizens.